Since 2010, college football road teams coming off a home loss by four points or less are 109-55-4 ATS (66.5%) in the first five weeks of the regular season, covering the spread by an average margin of +3.5 points per game. These teams are 43-16-1 ATS (72.9%) since 2012, covering the spread by an average margin of +6.0 points per game in that span. Since 2008, road underdogs of +5.5 or more points in games with totals of 46 points or less are 422-323-22 ATS (56.6%) in weeks 1-12, covering the spread by an average of +1.73 points per game. Whick team fits this category today? Read on for our free college football pick today.
Truly amazing. Unbelievable. When you stop to think about it, the amount of money wagered annually during football season would boggle your mind. Millions of dollars laid down by tens of thousands of bettors, excited to distraction by the irresistible attraction of that ever-elusive quarry, the point spread winner.
Does everyone remember how this round of the NFL Divisional playoffs played out last year?
2021-22 Divisional Round Recap:
Game 1 - Joe Burrow drives 20 yards in 19 seconds, and Evan McPherson hits a game-winning 52-yard field goal on the game's last play. The Bengals upset the Titans, 19-16. Read on for more and a free prop pick.
The North Dakota State Bison take on the South Dakota State Jackrabbits in the 2023 FCS National Championship. Sunday's kickoff is scheduled for 2 p.m. ET on ABC. Read on for Dennis Stagliano's analysis, game prediction and what team he recommends to bet against the spread.